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Administrative Assistant to the Dean Hourly (Full Time) Marion, IN
This position provides administrative and professional support to the Dean of the School of Integrated Learning and Development. This role serves as a point of contact between the Dean and others internally and externally, assisting with a variety of administrative responsibilities, many of which are sensitive and confidential in nature. This position manages administrative functions, serves as an information hub on behalf of the Dean for the School, and maintains a high level of awareness of the dean’s priorities. This person must mange competing priorities in a fast-paced environment, be able to evaluate and set work priorities according to the needs of the school and office, and be able to work independently.
Discipleship Pastor Administrative (Full Time) Marion, IN
The Discipleship Pastor at Indiana Wesleyan University serves to cultivate and deepen a disciple-making culture on campus. They do so in large part by giving oversight to the small group ministry of the Spiritual Formation Office. There are already nearly a thousand students participating in small groups, most of which are student-led. The Discipleship Pastor works with a select team of student leaders to empower, equip, and encourage small group leaders. The work is highly relational yet also requires administrative attentiveness. Small groups and the people who lead them are one of the most effective leadership development and discipleship pathways on IWU Campus. The Discipleship Pastor will strengthen the training and development of this important initiative. The Discipleship Pastor is also a crucial member of the Spiritual Formation Office in all its ministries. Accordingly, they help to shape campus culture, lead in prayer, contribute to chapel and other events, recruit and train student workers, mentor student leaders, and offer support to the Dean of Spiritual Formation on strategic initiatives. They also coordinate important relationships across campus, including with Residence Life and key Faculty partners. Furthermore, the Discipleship Pastor offers confidential pastoral care and spiritual guidance to individual students.
Project and Administrative Manager Administrative (Full Time) Cincinnati, OH, Cleveland, OH, Dayton, OH, Florence, KY, Fort Wayne, IN, Greenwood, IN, Indianapolis, IN, Kokomo, IN, Louisville, KY, Marion, IN, Merrillville, IN, Hybrid (3-4 Office / 1-2 Remote), Other
The Project and Administrative Manager will be responsible for coordinating and supporting the development and implementation of new regional initiatives within IWU-National & Global's Learner Success & Regional Ventures division as well as providing administrative support to the Vice President for the division. This work includes managing and tracking the progress of ventures projects and supporting venture directors in connecting with both internal university resources and external partners. At times, this role will also take ownership of projects and help to move them forward to completion and review. The ideal candidate will have a passion for innovation in higher education and a track record of successfully managing and implementing projects. They will be highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to work effectively with a wide range of internal and external partners. The primary reporting relationship is to the Vice President for Enterprise Development and Regional Ventures. This position has frequent contact with staff and administrators as well as senior leaders in the university and outside constituencies. This position may work on a hybrid schedule (3 days in the office, 2 remote) out of any National & Global Regional Education Center.
Warehouse Inventory Specialist Hourly (Full Time) Marion, IN
The FS Warehouse/Inventory Specialist’s primary responsibilities are: Operate and maintain the Central Receiving process, Identify and maintain appropriate inventory levels for Facilities Services, Identify and expedite the procurement of supplies needed, and Operate and maintain the Inventory process.
Director of Aviation Programs Administrative (Full Time) Marion, IN
The Director of Aviation Programs is responsible for leading the pilot and non-pilot aviation programs at Indiana Wesleyan University. The position will provide leadership of flight and ground instruction at IWU’s FAA Part 141 flight school, training partners, and the university’s related academic and operations.
Facilities Services (Summer/Temp) Temporary (Any) Marion, IN
Serve the campus community in the capacity determined by the Director. Responsibilities could include: General Maintenance General Housekeeping General Grounds Care Assist where needed within Facilities Services
Academic Affairs Office Assistant Hourly (Full Time) Marion, IN
The Academic Affairs Office Assistant supports senior academic leadership and the day to day operations of the College of Arts and Sciences and the University Academics.
Assistant Director of Academic Support Administrative (Full Time) Marion, IN
The Assistant Director of Academic Support oversees The Academic support operations of CSS, including scheduling, management, delivery, and procedural assessment of classes and academic coaching initiatives. The Assistant Director will lead academic coaching initiatives at IWU, providing individualized student support and training in educational success strategies to the broader University. In addition, this position develops and implements a campus-wide marketing plan to inform students, faculty, and administrators at the University about student support services and best practices in the field. This position also teaches sections of the Foundations Seminar course to conditionally admitted, probation, or affinity groups of students and meets as an academic guide with students to monitor progress. The Assistant Director will assist in developing and implementing preventative and responsive programs to promote student success for IWU students.
Office Manager and Catalog Coordinator Hourly (Full Time) Marion, IN
Provides support in managing day-to-day office functions, documenting office processes, and coordinating the creation of the University Catalog.
School of Theology & Ministry Adjunct Faculty Faculty (Part Time or Adjunct) Marion, IN
Adjunct faculty are essential to providing a quality academic experience for Indiana Wesleyan University students. Adjuncts will employ a range of engaging teaching strategies designed to foster student learning and stimulate class discussion. Applicants must have appropriate academic or professional experience within the given academic discipline, demonstrate a passion for teaching and learning and be able to integrate their Christian faith into the classroom content.
Nursing Simulation Lab Support Specialist Hourly (Full Time) Marion, IN
The Nursing Simulation Lab Support Specialist provides support tasks for Pre-licensure Nursing Program including typing, copying, filing, scanning, scheduling appointments, preparing correspondence, processing incoming and outgoing calls, and other related miscellaneous office functions.
Head Women's Swim Coach Administrative (Full Time) Marion, IN
For the Head Women's Swim Coach, the primary responsibilities are to direct, support and supervise a successful intercollegiate swim program representing assistant coaches and student athletes. The Head Coach is responsible for the swim team budget, strategic planning, facilities, policies, compliance, scholarships, promotion, and leadership of the team. The Head Coach will also be assigned the duty of Assistant Director of Aquatics.
Texas Enrollment Coordinator Administrative (Full Time) Remote
The Texas Enrollment Coordinator represents IWU Marion’s programs, mission, and initiatives within school systems and at recruitment events in Texas to develop enrollment pipelines to the residential campus. The position has the expectation of extensive travel, in-person engagement, partnership development, and enrollment-related responsibilities. Further, the position engages in development activities with organizations, equips alumni teachers, and connects with high school students when possible.
Regional Assistant (Part-time) Hourly (Part Time) Fort Wayne, IN
The Regional Assistant plays a vital role in the operation and success of Indiana Wesleyan University’s Education Center. Each center strives to partner with the community to meet its educational needs. Providing professional meeting space allows IWU to build these partnerships while serving the local community. This role is well suited for someone who is energetic and relational, has a passion to serve, organizationally gifted, motivated by contributing to a team, and enjoys finding solutions. In addition, skills related to customer service, communication, self-motivation, and attention to detail will help make the Regional Assistant successful. The Regional Assistant provides administrative and operational support to regional center leaders and may be involved in assisting with daily functions of more than one regional center.
Coordinator of Clinical Placements and Partnerships Hourly (Full Time) Marion, IN
The Coordinator will work daily to secure clinical placements, assist program candidates, secure Memorandums of Understanding with school partners, and conduct all required program tracking and data collection as required. The Coordinator is responsible for ensuring that program candidates are placed in diverse clinical settings and will work with the Assistant Director to develop and maintain accurate records associated with all clinical experiences.
Financial Aid Counselor Administrative (Full Time) Marion, IN
The Financial Aid Counselor serves Indiana Wesleyan University’s Marion Campus student population by helping them navigate through federal, state, and institutional student aid application processes. Determines eligibility and awards federal, state, and institutional student financial aid. Communicates financial aid information and concepts to students and colleagues while respecting student privacy and security.
Part Time Head Men’s and Women’s Bowling Coach Administrative (Part Time) Marion, IN
The primary responsibilities are to direct, support and supervise a successful intercollegiate golf program representing student athletes. The Head Coach is responsible for the bowling budget, strategic planning, recruiting, facilities, policies, compliance, scholarships, promotion and leadership of the team.
Executive Director, 21st Century Church Administrative (Full Time) Cincinnati, OH, Cleveland, OH, Dayton, OH, Florence, KY, Fort Wayne, IN, Greenwood, IN, Indianapolis, IN, Kokomo, IN, Louisville, KY, Marion, IN, Merrillville, IN, Hybrid (3-4 Office / 1-2 Remote)
The position leads the 21st Century Church (“21CC” “or “Initiative”), an enterprise development initiative of N&G. The position provides thought leadership, program development, partnership development, facilitation, community development, and administration to develop and deliver the 21CC programs and learning experiences. In concert with the 21CC initiatives, the position supports the development of partnerships with churches, Christian non-profits, and other strategic partners in the Christian movement. The development efforts aim to support the university’s enrollment, advancement, and influence. The position requires travel and attendance at in-person training experiences hosted at IWU or client locations. The Director is responsible for maintaining a positive profit and loss statement and developing a strong financial plan for the 21CC.
Resident Director Administrative (Full Time) Marion, IN
Resident Directors are integral members of the Residence Life team and the Student Development division of Indiana Wesleyan University, providing leadership, oversight, and vision for students within an assigned residential area. The Resident Director position is a full-time, 10 month, live-in professional position. Resident Directors are responsible for creating and fostering a residential community in which all students can experience belonging, support, and challenge. Resident Directors partner in the holistic educational mission of the university by strategically planning for students' personal, spiritual, social, and academic development through a wide range of formational and community activities and programming. Resident Directors provide a high level of student care, mentoring, and intervention that few others on campus can match. This is a special position that has a significant influence on the culture of our campus and on individual students' lived experience.
Enrollment Counselor Administrative (Full Time) Remote
The individual in this position has primary responsibility to assist prospective students through the enrollment process, as well as assist with the initial retention of students for assigned degree or certificate programs. As the primary representative of IWU to prospective students seeking to obtain a degree in one of the aforementioned areas, the person filling this position must have excellent knowledge of the degree programs and a superior general understanding of the target audiences for which the programs are designed. Working in consultation with the Associate Director of Enrollment, this person assists in developing and modifying plans to recruit, enroll, and retain students for these programs.

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